Gallery of Console Radios
Radios with floor-standing cabinets, usually taller than wide. Some had turntables either under a lid on top or behind a door in front. Later consoles were generally wider than tall; some had tape players as well as turntables.
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American Bosch 680 (1936)
Atwater Kent 286
Bremer-Tully (model unknown)
E.H. Scott Allwave 12
Majestic 70B (1929)
McMurdo Silver Masterpiece III Radio
Philco 112L Lowboy (1931)
Philco 116X (1936)
Was $799.00, now $749.00!
Philco 87 (1929)
Philco 95L Lowboy (1930)
Silvertone 1650 (1932)
Silvertone 4586 (1936)
Stromberg-Carlson 340-V Corner (1939)
Western Air Patrol 11M3C (1936)
Was $699.00, now $649.00!
Zenith 12-S-XX (model unknown)
Zenith 15-U-270 (1938)
Zenith 410 (1933)
Zenith 9-S-367 AM/SW
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